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#1
The ORG / Re: 50 year Anniversary Photos...
Last post by nathan - Today at 07:06 AM
fantastic effort and agreed, the colour palette is great!
#2
Mechanicals / Re: Mercedes 6.9: Suspension s...
Last post by goldacre - Today at 05:10 AM
Cheers Randys01... bummer though  :'(

G
#3
Mechanicals / Re: Mercedes 6.9: Suspension s...
Last post by Randys01 - Today at 04:18 AM
NO .  SLS is quite different from HPF.
#4
The ORG / Re: 50 year Anniversary Photos...
Last post by BCK1963 - Today at 01:52 AM
I wished I could have partecipated  :'(
In Germany, the native land of the W116, you hardly see them on mixed meetings at all (except MB meetings).
The color diversity alone is thrilling. When I take a look at the parking lot across the street from my office window I count five red cars among appr. 100, the others being white, black and all tones between silver and dark grey.

     Bernd
#5
Test Drive / Re: W116 movie star
Last post by willowbelieve - Yesterday at 11:22 PM
Quote from: Lance on 28 May 2021, 07:14 PMWatch Under the Bombs on Netflix, a W116 280s taxi is one of the stars, appears throughout the movie as well as numerous W114s and W123s. It is set in Lebanon after the last war there. It is a very good movie.
Can you give me the link of that movie? I didn't find it. Where is it?
https://www.netflix.com/vn-en/ 1v1 lol
#6
The ORG / Re: 50 year Anniversary Photos...
Last post by goldacre - Yesterday at 06:34 PM
Fantastic! That has to be the W116.Org record!

Suitably impressed indeed  8)

G
#7
The ORG / Re: 50 year Anniversary Photos...
Last post by BCDC - Yesterday at 04:12 PM
A fabulous looking day. It's a pitty I couldn't get across Bass Strait for the occasion. Thanks for all the pictures. Great turn out of cars. Well done Melbourne.
#8
Mechanicals / Re: High control pressure
Last post by raueda1 - Yesterday at 09:58 AM
Quote from: Feather535 on 27 November 2022, 09:42 PM
Quote from: raueda1 on 27 November 2022, 07:17 PMThe filter is indeed inside one of the fuel line fittings, the larger of the 2

Just to be clear, what do you mean it's inside one of the fuel line fittings?  I removed both external fittings from the WUR (the larger one is the return) and they are just orifices-nothing inside.  Is the screen inside the WUR beneath where the fitting screws in?

On the M110 the WUR is under the intake manifold, only accessible from below.  Working under there is indeed like being in a rabbit hole...maybe worse.
Sorry if I wasn't clear.  Yes, it is as you describe it. 
#9
The ORG / Re: 50 year Anniversary Photos...
Last post by rumb - Yesterday at 08:24 AM
Thats amazing to see so many together!
#10
The ORG / Re: 50 year Anniversary Photos...
Last post by ptashek - Yesterday at 07:18 AM
What a turnout, wow!
How many new recruits for the org can we anticipate?  ;D